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Allegorical tale of US family

Allegorical tale of US family

A psychological and symbolic play, “I Dream of Sheep,” written and directed by American born Chinese theater graduate Valentino Yung, will debut at Shanghai Grand Theater. Through the eyes of an American ...

Nie Xin and Yang Miaomiao | July 21, 2014, Monday


Face of Chinese emigration seen changing

Face of Chinese emigration seen changing

CHINESE husbands are the training school for those who want to go abroad.” This is a classic line in the critically acclaimed Chinese movie “After Separation” (1992) that explores the fever of going abroad ...

Wang Jie | July 19, 2014, Saturday


Kudos to Shanghai for organizing outdoor markets

MANY cities on China’s mainland lack organized outdoor food centers and night markets, which are a colorful and popular part of daily life in places like Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore. But now that’s ...

Doug Young | July 19, 2014, Saturday

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‘Crazy TV’ sequel is pure fun

FOLLOWING the success of 2011’s “Crazy TV,” the production team behind the play has put together a sequel under the direction of Taiwan’s Tse Nim-Cho in collaboration with Shanghai Media Group. Coming ...

Nie Xin and Shirley Xu | July 22, 2014, Tuesday


‘Rain Man’ play faithful to film’s storyline

ACADEMY Award-winning movie Rain Man (1988) has been adapted for the theater under Georg Malvius, and is playing at the Shanghai Drama Arts Center. The stage adaptation follows the general storyline of ...

Nie Xin and Shirley Xu | July 19, 2014, Saturday


Lights, camera, action!

Lights, camera, action!

THE small-budget Chinese comedy “Old Boy: The Way of the Dragon” is changing the film industry landscape. Billed as the country’s first-ever “Internet film,” some insiders believe the movie will probably ...

Xu Wei | July 19, 2014, Saturday


Malaysian singer to go solo in Shanghai concert

Malaysian singer to go solo in Shanghai concert

MALAYSIAN-BORN singer and songwriter Nurshahila Binti Amir Amzah, better known as Shila on stage, shot to fame in China with her powerful voice through Chinese reality singing shows “Asian Wave” (2012) ...

Nie Xin | July 18, 2014, Friday


New theater’s sustainable innovation

New theater’s sustainable innovation

KFS Music Box, Shanghai’s first outdoor theater made from recycled materials with a national patent, will open to the public with an original Chinese musical, “Memories of the Valley,” on August 1 at ...

Zhang Qian | July 18, 2014, Friday


Children’s theater thrives

Children’s theater thrives

WITH summer vacation under way, children’s plays have come into peak season, and the market once dominated by just two state-owned children’s theaters is now vastly more competitive, with scores of participants. ...

July 18, 2014, Friday


‘The Voice of China’ 3rd season airs tonight

‘The Voice of China’ 3rd season airs tonight

THE third season of popular reality singing competition “The Voice of China” will raise its curtain tonight on Zhejiang Satellite TV. The three-month series will be presented at 9pm on Fridays and will ...

Xu Wei and Yang Miaomiao | July 18, 2014, Friday


A meaty experience at JW’s California Grill

July 10, 2014, Thursday


Kempinski Xiamen stands out

June 25, 2014, Wednesday


Pullman Xiamen sits at center of it all

June 25, 2014, Wednesday



 

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